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Old 05-02-2019, 08:33 AM   #1
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Hi,

i need help.

I have bought a boat(maxum 2044sc - 2003 mod. With a 5l. v8.) and think it goes bad.
it goes 30 knots, is it common?
maby wrong propell? i use 14,5 X19.

someone who knows what this boat should do in knots?? and what normal prop size is?

thank you.

regards Chris (norway.)
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What is the WOT with this prop? Should be 4400-4800 rpm. What outdrive do you have, Alpha?
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Chris, do you trailer the boat or dock it?
If you keep it in the water for long periods of time, you should also check the hull and prop for marine growth. Any growth will hurt performance.
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What is the WOT with this prop? Should be 4400-4800 rpm. What outdrive do you have, Alpha?
WOT = Wide Open Throttle (For those whom English is not their first language)

In other words, what is the maximum RPM you can reach at full throttle?
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